**No new students being admitted at this time. Current students in the program will still be advised and able to complete their degrees.**
Echoing our early human ancestors, industrial technologists create tools and systems to make work easier. With these technologies becoming the heart of the modern world, it’s time to make your mark with a degree in industrial technology from UND.
Studying everything from management to technical design to electronics and control, you’ll master skills and use your own creativity to bring new ideas to industry.
An academic advisor from the department will assist you in developing a plan of study that will satisfy both program and UND requirements for graduation. Some course topics you might study are:
- Computer Aided Design
- Manufacturing Processes
- Quality Assurance
- Interface Design
- Applied Synthetics
In addition to engaging classes, you'll be able to supplement your education with extracurricular activities.
Aided by your advisor, you’ll find a part-time cooperative education or internship position to gain valuable, real-world experience in the field.
Look into sharing ideas and discussing industry trends with fellow members of these clubs and organizations:
- Epsilon Pi Tau
- Second Story Design
- The Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering
Graduates of industrial technology may serve as liaisons between business administration, policy makers, and engineering research and development. Graduates report a diverse range of job opportunities in various public service and private industry settings with an excellent measure of job satisfaction.
Typical job titles include:
- Cost estimator
- Electronic control specialist
- Industrial sales representative
- Instrumentation control engineer
- Maintenance supervisor
- Manufacturing engineer
- Process planner
- Production supervisor
- Project manager
- Quality engineer
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Class of 2020
Making Toys for Tots
UND technology students built toys for United Way's "Toys for Tots" program. Students made 140 toys for the project, including doll houses, helicopters and planes.